Most restroom facilities at day-use trailheads and boat ramps will be locked during the federal government shutdown.
Snow levels will vary between 4,000 and 5,000 feet during the rest of the week with snow accumulation up to 1 inch in some areas. Users should plan ahead and be prepared for fluctuating conditions.
The Northwest Forest Pass is no longer required on the trails during the fall/winter period.
The Newberry Crater area is open, but some of its facilities are closing. The Paulina Peak road has closed for the season. Road 370 near Todd Lake remains open but will close if enough snow accumulates.
— Jake Williky, The Bulletin